Rising star Robin Tran — "often edgy, always fiercely intelligent and hilarious" — will perform an evening of stand-up comedy at Clark.
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Research Professor Cynthia Enloe will address the role of women in the current war in Ukraine.
LaToya Eaves, assistant professor of geography at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, will present “‘Urgent Care’: Revisioning Power and Place through Black Museums,” part of the Graduate School of Geography Colloquium Speaker Series.
Join the American Language and Culture Institute (ALCI) to learn more about American politics!
Funny is not necessarily the first word that comes to mind when one thinks of Virginia Woolf, but this talk — the first in a three-event series, ‘Queer Comedy Presents’ — will show how the author used humor both wickedly and well.
Stanley Pierre-Louis '92 The video game industry is one of America’s fastest growing and complex, a maze of legal, policy, and regulatory concerns and opportunities. The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) is the industry’s voice and advocate on issues as wide-ranging as diversity, safeguarding personal data, digital wellness, esports, First Amendment rights, immigration, in-game purchases, […]
Image of the living room space from "Digital TV Breakfast" (2018), with the original "Digital TV Dinner" (1978) playing on the television, alongside the Bally Astrocade home computer and game console. "Digital TV Breakfast" is a digital interactive art piece made in Unity and originally designed for the art exhibition Chicago New Media 1973-1992 curated […]
In this talk, which is written as a love letter, Professor TreaAndrea M. Russworm (she/her) from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst examines different modalities of Black cultural life—hip hop, Blaxploitation film, popular fiction, and simulation games—as spatial-speculative tools for playing in a broken world. What can Black speculative thinking teach us about navigating the […]